After the success of Percona Live in New York, we have published in our website the presentation slides of talks from the leading experts in MySQL. Check it out.
I’ve now published slides from my talk at Velocity conference on Percona web site. Enjoy.
The MySQL community came together last month for two days of outstanding technical tutorials and sessions at Percona Live London. And now many of those MySQL presentations are available for free download. This year’s London conference saw a 20 percent spike in attendance compared with last year, with MySQL professionals from 31 countries gathering in […]
We had a lot of great technical presentations at Percona Live, London If you did not have a chance to attend or if you did but could not be at 5 rooms at the same time you can check out slides which have been just made available for download for most of the talks. Enjoy […]
A while back, I wrote a two part post on how you can extract an amazing amount of information about a system’s performance, scalability, queueing, and more by just measuring request arrivals and completions, and the timestamps thereof. I promised to develop this into a more complete description of how to analyze MySQL’s performance and […]
The 2009 Percona Performance Conference finished up last week, and was overall a resounding success. Thanks to all of the speakers, O’Reilly, and Sun/MySQL for help making it happen! Most slides have been uploaded; look for the stragglers over the next couple of days.
I should be faster with publishing slides but things are how they are. The slides from my OSCON2008 talk are now published at Percona Presentation Pages. Enjoy
If you’ve missed our presentations on MySQL Users Conference you can catch up now by taking a look at the slides, which are now published in presentations section of our company web site. You can also find a lot of old presentations in the same location.
I published slides from my two talks from our Egypt company meeting. First one is about Sphinx search engine. The originally presentation was prepared by Andrew Aksenoff, author of Sphinx for HighLoad.ru conference, I translated it on English for our meeting. And second about Mercurial version system, the tool we decided to use for our […]